Vic Mensa has been steadily rising up the larger music game since he was a kid stopping in the store after school at Whitney Young. Now, having blazed stages from New York to L.A. and beyond, the 21-year-old hip-hop artist has continued to play on a bevy of musical influences that have seen him singing and rapping on everything from rock, blues and soul to more traditional hip-hop, dance and even disco here and there. On one of his latest tracks, "Feel That" produced by fellow Chicagoan Smoko Ono, Vic continues to develop down this increasingly eclectic and up-tempo style of music that keeps feet moving and the party going. The video finds Mensa looking for a new fix, he can't 'feel' anything else. Given some dopey eardrops by a questionable housemate, he takes off an a trippy adventure around Los Angeles that gets an interlude from none other than Chance The Rapper and Chanel West Coast who wake him up for the penultimate party scene. Plenty of dancing, and Vic plants a SaveMoney flag on the backside of a dancer somewhere in the first half of it. After debuting two days ago the visual rendering has already logged over 70,000 views. Check it out below.